Earlier this month, the Quebec government announced that they will be holding public consultations for changes to be made to their provincial immigration programs and policies. A proposal was released by Quebec’s Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities, Kathleen Weil, which listed several changes that should be made to Quebec’s immigration programs for the period of 2012-2015.
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Related Canada Immigration Articles:
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- Second Express Entry draw in eight days sees 3,600 invitations to apply for Canadian permanent residence Minimum CRS score drops to 457— lowest since May 1
- Ontario draw targets Express Entry candidates with management and financial work experience The August 15 draw issued invitations to candidates from 10 occupations including accountants, public relations managers, and registered nurses